KC Design Studio created a cat-friendly house in Taiwan as a place for its clients to enjoy holidays with their three cats. The Cats' Pink House boasts a three-storey design where the needs of the household's pets are prioritized—so much so that an entire room on the second floor is dedicated to the cats. This room is viewable from the master bedroom via a large window and sets itself apart as a unique feature within the holiday home.
Throughout the pink-hued holiday home, there are plenty of structures that cats can climb and explore to encourage enrichment. Naturally, there are spaces to serve both humans and cats, like the corner desk space that also includes a small set of stairs for felines to climb.
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Cats' Pink House is Full of Structures for Cats to Climb & Explore
1. Pet-centric Architecture - Architecture firms can prioritize pets' needs in their designs, creating new opportunities for housing and hospitality.
2. Cat-friendly Interiors - Interior designers can create spaces designed specifically for cats, featuring structures that encourage enrichment and play.
3. Fostering Human-animal Bonds - Incorporating pet-friendly elements into living spaces can help strengthen the bond between humans and their companion animals.
1. Architecture - Architecture firms can specialize in designing pet-friendly homes and hospitality spaces.
2. Interior Design - Interior designers can focus on creating spaces that are optimized for both humans and their pets, enhancing the overall living experience.
3. Pet Products - Companies can expand their product lines to include furniture and structures specifically designed for pets.